This resource is to be used as a review for CCSS 4.N.F1-4 in a fun and exciting way!
Scoot is exactly what it sounds like. To play scoot, you place a different task card on each student desk. If you’re like me, you’ll play some jock jams or any type of high energy music and have the students stand up and “scoot” around the room to each desk (in order, of course) to answer each card! Give students as much or as little time at each desk, depending on their level. Students record their answers on a universal recording sheet that you can either check or go over together! It’s the easiest “game” to play with a class- and they think it’s fun!
Can I use these for more than just "scoot?"
Absolutely! Scoot is just a fun way for kids to use task cards. They walk around the room answering task cards. Use this in a center, as individual work, as guided math instruction and more!
Included in this resource is a color and black and white versions as well as a recording sheet and answer key! There are a couple real-life scenarios as well as a TON of models- as the Fourth Grade Fractions standards rely heavily on students visualizing and drawing models.
Please feel free to ask questions before purchasing! Instructions on how to print more slides to a page are included in the resource.
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